Good Afternoon Skiers and Riders!
We started our day hearing the hum of the snowmaking compressors with some flurries, and the day looks to come to a close with sunshine and blue skies! Our 104 trails and 609 skiable acres comprise the most open terrain in the state of Vermont! With temperatures dropping in the near future and some natural snow on the not-so-distant horizon, winter is surely far from over here at Okemo!
Don’t forget that if you are a resident of Vermont and New Hampshire, you can score yourself a deal on lift access today! Proof of residency for each adult in the form of a valid VT/NH driver's license, hunting/fishing license, or voter registration card must be presented at the time of purchase to take advantage of VT/NH special lift access deals. Minors must be accompanied by an adult with proof of residency.
Purchase afternoon lift access valid 12:30-4pm for just $34, all ages! (VT/NH Sunday Afternoon access will be offered on all but the following Sundays: December 25, 2016; January 1 & 15, 2017 and February 19, 2017.)
For tomorrow we will be turning 13 lifts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., which will service 106 trails and over 600 acres! Snowmaking operations are expected to continue tonight on existing terrain to maintain base depths and provide a fresh surface to kick off your week!
Lift access prices for tomorrow will be $90 for adults, $79 for young adults and seniors, and $68 for juniors and super seniors. Half day rates are $68 for adults, $60 for young adults and seniors, and $52 for juniors and super seniors.
The Okemo Valley Nordic Center will be open today from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with 13 km of Nordic trails and 5 km of snowshoe trails! If you’re looking to have some fun off the hill, we also have our Ice House at Jackson Gore open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. today with helmet and skate rentals available at the rink. Stop by to enjoy the fireplace after you take your laps around the rink! Our Timber Ripper Mountain Coaster and Snow Tubing lanes at Jackson Gore are operating from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. We also have Kids’ Snowmobile Tours at Jackson Gore from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Have a wonderful day out there, we will see you on the slopes!
Mark Your Calendar!
Event takes place at 5:30 p.m. on Bull Run. Presented by AMP Energy Drink.
Okemo is lighting up the snow on Bull Run for skiers and riders of all ages to show off their best moves. $5,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs. A new rail garden, constructed specifically for this event will be an optimal venue for participants and spectators alike. Included in this year's event will be a best trick contest presented by Clif Bar. Registration is from 3pm - 5pm inside the base lodge second floor. There are two divisions this year: The Amateur class will compete for prizes, while the Pro class will compete for the chance to win a chunk of over $5000 in cash. The Amateur competition starts at 5:30pm on Bull Run. Pro class starts at 6:30pm.Amateur Class will be competing for prizes. Pro Class will be competing for the cash purse.
1st-$750 (Men's Ski, Men's Snowboard, Women's Ski, Women's Snowboard)
2nd-$350 (Men's Ski, Men's Snowboard, Women's Ski, Women's Snowboard)
3rd-$150 (Men's Ski, Men's Snowboard, Women's Ski, Women's Snowboard)
This 3-day program includes on-snow instruction, a 3-day lift ticket and a welcome party, as well as breakfast and lunch each day. Skier/rider analysis and indoor presentations bring your learning to a whole new level. This is a great way to get away, enjoy some time on the slopes and advance your skills. Check out the 3-day sample agenda here!
Presented by Volvo, event takes place from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Jackson Gore Courtyard
When the maple sap starts running, Okemo taps into the sweet sounds of rock! This year we will be featuring two headliners Magic! & Paul Oakenfold.
Sugar Daze is a free outdoor concert extravaganza in the Jackson Gore courtyard with a beer garden and delicious food.
A local warm-up act will take the stage starting at 3:30 p.m. MAGIC! will dazzle the crowd with their catchy fusion of reggae, pop and R&B, starting at 5:45 p.m. Then, starting at 7:15p.m., two-time Grammy and World Music Award nominee Paul Oakenfold will perform.
MAGIC !, a Canadian reggae fusion band based in Toronto, Canada, signed to Sony and RCA Records, has two studio albums, “ Don’t Kill the Magic ,” released in 2014, and “ Primary Colors ,” released in 2016. They are most prominently known for their single, “Rude,” which charted at number one in several countries worldwide. The band has won two Juno Awards and has been nominated for American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, and MuchMusic Video Awards.
Paul Oakenfold is an English DJ and record producer. He has been voted the number one DJ in the world twice by DJ Magazine and has provided over 100 remixes for artists including U2, Moby, Madonna, Massive Attack, New Order, The Rolling Stones, The Stone Roses and more.
In honor of this major musical event, Okemo’s Jackson Gore Inn courtyard will transform into a concert venue with a beer garden and food offerings. Admission to the concert is free and Okemo will make available a limited number of $50 VIP passes that include concert credentials, access to a stage viewing area, hospitality tent, delicious snacks and three drink tickets per person.
There simply isn't a better way to ski and save this spring at Okemo! This package offers Spring lodging savings in conjunction with a minimum of 2 Spring Skiesta Cards.
The Spring Skiesta Card provides unrestricted skiing and riding at Okemo Mountain Resort from March 17, 2017 until the end of the 2016/17 winter season.
Skiesta cards are non-transferable, non-refundable. This package must be confirmed at least 72 hours prior to arrival with the names and the dates of birth of all guests submitted via email.
Note: For added value, $99 of the Skiesta card purchase price may be applied as a discount on a 2017/18 season pass, if the season pass is purchased by the April 30th, 2017 deadline. This offer applies to new and upgrading passholders.
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